Seeed’s Toy hacking contest- vote for your favorite project!

Posted on Wednesday, October 5th, 2011 in contest by Ian

Toy hacking contest- vote for your favorite project.

Couple of weeks ago Seeed launched a Toy hacking contest. Seven entries made the dead line and need to be voted by 7th of October. The entries vary from simple servo control to fully automated robotics. Every project has a step by step guide and a video demonstration.

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